List of LabVIEW blogs

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Name Description Start Year Status
NI's Blog NI's official blog, updated very frequently with news from NI 2009 Active
Hampel Software Engineering Hampel Software Engineering's & Joerg Hampel's Blog 2016 Active
System Automation Solutions Sam Taggart's Blog 2015 Active
DMC Blog LabVIEW category of DMC's official blog 2009 Active
Steve Watts Random Ramblings on LabVIEW Design Random Ramblings says it all but often good insight into designs and discussions we don't think about but should question why we use them and how 2012 Active
The LabVIEW Lab Eric Maussion's blog 2018 Active
Ajay Blog Ajayvignesh's LabVIEW blog 2016 Active
Wineman Technology Blog LabVIEW category of Wineman's official blog 2015 Active
JKI Blog Blog often highlighting JKI's activity including VIPM and other LabVIEW tips 2009 Active
Wiresmith This is the developer blog for Wiresmith Technology, a National Instruments Alliance Partner who specialise in completing the toughest projects in LabVIEW. Here you will find the latest and greatest tips & techniques that we have worked on in LabVIEW and associated technologies. 2014 Active
Delacor Blog At Delacor, our focus is helping customers develop successful applications with LabVIEW. We have experience with virtual instrumentation, software engineering, and precision measurements. We either deliver turn-key solutions, or we integrate ourselves with your team and use our extensive experience to mentor them with the goal of getting the team to become self-sufficient. Our software engineers hold the highest levels of certification for LabVIEW. We have been individually recognized by National Instruments as key technology experts who help and inspire others to grow their LabVIEW skills. 2015 Active
Hooovahh's Blog Brian Hoover's blog focusing on LabVIEW and CAN 2017 Active
Bloomy's Blog LabVIEW category of Bloomy's official blog 2014 Active
LabVIEW Craftsmen Hi my name is Jon McBee, thanks for reading my blog. I have been using LabVIEW to solve interesting problems since 2004, dating back to LabVIEW 7.1. Like most people in the LabVIEW community I started my professional life outside the bounds of computer science and happened into learning LabVIEW out of coincidence. Needless to say, I loved how LabVIEW empowered me to solve problems with software and have never looked back. This blog is dedicated to a few ideas that I have grown to hold to dear; Software Craftsmanship, Agile Software Development, and bringing ideas from the Computer Science world into the LabVIEW ecosystem. I find that keeping these ideas in mind helps me to write simple software that can solve complex problems, and that's powerful. I have listed a few resources on the Resources page that align with these principles. 2015 Active
MGI Blog Moore Good Ideas blog 2008 Active
Eyes on VIs Christina Rogers blog often focusing on LabVIEW's visual design UI's and UX's 2010 Active
QControls Blog series on QControls, and open alternative to XControls 2017 Active
Walking The Wires Chris Roebuck's Blog 2014 Active
VI High VI High is the LabVIEW Programming Video Blog presented by Sixclear. Most episodes are composed of common LabVIEW questions and techniques geared to beginner and intermediate developers. 2010 Inactive
The Savvy Test Engineer Greg Dudgeon - This blog covers test engineering topics that interest me. About 25% of the time I discuss LabVIEW in one form or another. 2007 Inactive
LabVIEW Artisan Darren Nattinger's LabVIEW blog often highlighting lesser known features of LabVIEW 2008 Inactive
Culverson Software's Blog LabVIEW category of Steve Bird's Blog 2009 inactive
The Mac View Marc - Virtual Instrumentation from a Mac perspective 2005 Inactive
VI Shots Michael Aivaliotis continues to build automated test systems for various industries since 1993. VI Shots brings you the latest news from the world of test, measurement and automation. You will find reviews, videos and insights not found anywhere else. 2007 Inactive
VIve LabVIEW Ezequiel Gonzalez - Newbie LabVIEW notes in Spanish. 2009 Inactive
Technically Speaking This blog is shared among several technical writers/managers in the LabVIEW group. We post our views and insight on processes, new technologies that we think are cool, and other things we decide to write about. 2005 Inactive
Open Measurements Brian Powell - I'm a software architect on the LabVIEW R&D team at National Instruments. 2006 inactive
Emerging Technologies for Virtual Instrumentation Hall T. Martin - I investigate emerging technologies and apply them to the world of virtual instrumentation. 2004 Inactive
Ideas in Wiring Joel Sumner - This is my storehouse of information that might be useful to the LabVIEW community. It's the stuff that falls somewhere between "documentation" and "hallway conversation" that you might find useful, entertaining, or just a way to kill some time. As with any personal Blog, I don't speak for NI, that would be way more pressure than I want to deal with. I like hearing from you. 2005 Inactive
Synergy Energy Pavan Bathla - For integrated design, simulation, test & measurement. Experiences of an Aerospace and Defense industry engineer. My main focus is test automation & simulation, using technologies such as LabVIEW, RTOS, FPGA, ADCs... Multi-disciplinary engineering topics, philosophy & economics always catch my attention. 2006 Inactive
Lycangeek And now a word from Brian Tyler 2006 Inactive